I have a 07 Team V and love it. I feel like it's the best of both worlds. A 21ft boat with the seating of a 23 footer.
Mine has 1100lbs of pure vert and the WB wake is nice. Still tweaking on the surf wave setup. I think I just need a bag in the port storage.
Likes: interior room, quick ballast, good looking stainless steel tower, rear compartment storage is huge and continues forward under the rear seats, 65 gallon fuel tank placed between the helm/spotters seat acts like forward ballast, fuel caps on both sides of the boat.
Dislikes: although the tower looks nice it's freaking heavy to lower alone, the wake plate centers itself every time you turn the key off (depending on the 06 build date it may not have the adjustable plate), they put the factory sub under the spotters seat (easy fix), small bow.......at the expense of a huge cabin.
Misc: depending on how many people I have in the boat it porpoises a bit when I'm at higher speeds (35 and up) so I do have to bump the plate down occasionally. The the interior quality isn't the best but it's far from the worst. 600 hours on mine and no rips tears or fading. The hull quality is great and it's a solid boat that rides well in rough water. It doesn't have a really deep freeboard so with 65 gallons of gas up front you need to be cautious about water over the bow when the ballast is full. On the flip side the placement of the tank gives you zero bow rise when coming out of the hole.
2 fiends of mine had pro v's in the past and I sold my 06 Tige with under 50 hours on it to jump on mine when I saw it. Another friend of mine just sold their prostar and picked up an 05 pro v.
They're not perfect but I/we love them. For some reason hydrofoilers gravitate towards them LOL.
If you have any more Q's post them up.